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C. C. Hall Photograph Album, 1906-1933View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates: 1906-1920

The C. C. Hall Photograph Album consists of 54 photographs collected by C. C. (Charles Chandler) Hall during his career with the U.S. Forest Service, from 1906 to 1933. R. E. (Raymond E.) Marsh, a photographer for the U.S. Forest Service, took some but not all of the photographs; the other photographer(s) are unknown. The photographs depict the forest rangers and stations from C. C. Hall’s time as a forest reserves supervisor in Arizona, Montana, New Mexico and Oregon. Rare photographs of Aldo Leopold are included in the album.

Images from this collection have been digitized and are available online.

ID: P 301
Extent: 0.1 cubic feet
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Statement on Access: Collection is open for research.
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Preferred Citation: C.C. Hall Photograph Album (P 301), Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives Research Center, Corvallis, Oregon.
Acquisition Note: The album was donated to the Special Collections & Archives Research Center by Gerald W. Williams in 2008 with other materials in Accession 2008:099. In 2014, the album was separated from the Gerald W. Williams Collection to form this photograph collection.
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Series 1: Photograph Album, 1906-1933 Add to Shelf

Series I is made up of 53 b/w photographs, some with sepia-toning caused by aging, and 1 photographic postcard from C.C. Hall's original photograph album. The photographs cover the period from 1906 - 1933 and document his tenure in the National Forest Service in Arizona, Montana, New Mexico and Oregon. The photograph album depicts other forest rangers and forest supervisors, forest headquarters and forest reserve activities and events.

Items in this series were donated by Gerald G. Williams. Before donating the album, Williams lent the album to the Forest History Society for digitization. The Society holds digital copies of 52 of the 54 photographs.

Extent: 54 photographs
Item P301:01: Rangers exam, 1908 Add to Shelf
Item P301:02: Deerlodge National Forest, 1908 Add to Shelf
Item P301:03: French Gulch scalers’ cabin Add to Shelf
Item P301:04: Deerlodge crew, 1910 Add to Shelf
Item P301:05: Waterloo Ranger Station, 1909 Add to Shelf
Item P301:06: The President's Guard Add to Shelf
Item P301:07: Aldo Leopold - 1 Add to Shelf
Item P301:08: Aldo Leopold - 2 Add to Shelf
Item P301:09: Ira Yarnall Add to Shelf
Item P301:10: C.C. Hall, Ira Yarnall and Aldo Leopold Add to Shelf
Item P301:11: Aldo Leopold, C.C. Hall, and Ira Yarnall Add to Shelf
Item P301:12: Tres Piedras Headquarters Add to Shelf
Item P301:13: Men eating melon at Tres Piedras Add to Shelf
Item P301:14: Aldo Leopold and dog, 1911 Add to Shelf
Item P301:15: Sargent Seep Ranger Station, Alamo National Forest, Bailery and Parson Add to Shelf
Item P301:16: Unknown ranger station Add to Shelf
Item P301:17: Weed Ranger Station Add to Shelf
Item P301:18: National Forest Service Leadership Meeting - 1, Group shot of 6 men Add to Shelf
Item P301:19: National Forest Service Leadership Meeting - 2, Group shot of 8 men Add to Shelf
Item P301:20: National Forest Service Leadership Meeting - 3, Group shot of 9 men Add to Shelf
Item P301:21: National Forest Service Leadership Meeting - 4, Group shot of 6 men Add to Shelf
Item P301:22: National Forest Service Leadership Meeting - 5, Group shot of 5 men Add to Shelf
Item P301:23: National Forest Service Leadership Meeting - 6, Group shot of 6 men Add to Shelf
Item P301:24: Fish Lake and pontoon lines Add to Shelf
Item P301:25: Pamelia Lake, Santiam National Forest Add to Shelf
Item P301:26: Clear Lake, Santiam National Forest Add to Shelf
Item P301:27: Man astride horse Add to Shelf
Item P301:28: Papa and Willie Ulferts Add to Shelf
Item P301:29: Schrien[?] and his Cayuse Add to Shelf
Item P301:30: And her name is Maud Add to Shelf
Item P301:31: Road Crew, 7 Miles, Santiam National Forest., 1919 Add to Shelf
Item P301:32: Unnamed river, looking upstream Add to Shelf
Item P301:33: Two buggies in shed Add to Shelf
Item P301:34: Wooden cabin and log fence, fire in background Add to Shelf
Item P301:35: Fire crew, Detroit, Oregon Add to Shelf
Item P301:36: Unknown structures with camp in background Add to Shelf
Item P301:37: Wooden foot bridge - 1 Add to Shelf
Item P301:38: Wooden foot bridge - 2 Add to Shelf
Item P301:39: View of unnamed lake Add to Shelf
Item P301:40: Flory with two pack horses Add to Shelf
Item P301:41: Flory and man on ridge Add to Shelf
Item P301:42: Pussy: [Flory and Haun] suspending bobcat from crossed guns Add to Shelf
Item P301:43: Mann standing outside log cabin Add to Shelf
Item P301:44: Flory and Haun tending to campfire Add to Shelf
Item P301:45: Meat in the pot: Skinning a deer Add to Shelf
Item P301:46: Aerial photo triangular marker numbered 5-4-1 Add to Shelf
Item P301:47: Aerial photo triangular marker numbered 3-4-1, in area with felled trees Add to Shelf
Item P301:48: Hart and his string Add to Shelf
Item P301:49: Fred Ames with dead bobcat, dogs and another man Add to Shelf
Item P301:50: Fred Ames with bobcat Add to Shelf
Item P301:51: Fred Ames petting dogs on trail Add to Shelf
Item P301:52: Man pulling a one-wheeled barrow (?), with another man holding the handles Add to Shelf
Item P301:53: Hart and his four Add to Shelf
Item P301:54: Office of Malheur National Forest building Add to Shelf
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